Cho-Pat® Bicep/Tricep Strap™


UPC 831653001027

Size Guide
Size Guide: Cho-Pat Bicep Tricep Cuff

The Cho-Pat Bicep Tricep Cuff is available in five sizes for a more accurate fit and targeted pain relief from injuries like bicipital tendonitis.  When sizing, it is best to measure around the arm at mid-bicep.  If between sizes, it is suggested that you order the smaller sized bicep tricep strap.

Bicep Cuff / Tricep Cuff Sizing


 9 in – 10 in;        23 – 25 cm.


 10 in – 11 in;      25 – 28 cm.


 11 in – 12.5 in;   28 – 32 cm.

 Extra Large

 12.5 in – 14 in;   32 – 36 cm.

 XX Large

 14 in – 16 in;      36 – 41 cm.

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 The Cho-Pat® Bicep/Tricep Strap™ with Dynamic Pain Diffusion™ prevents the pulling and tearing of tendon and muscles in bicep area.

Measuring Instructions:
Measure Circumference of arm at Mid-Bicep
Note:  If you are between sizes, we suggest you order the larger size.

Targeted Pain Relief

  • Dynamic Pain DiffusionTM absorbs and disperses the pain causing forces to relieve stress and reduce inflammation.
  • Absorbs and diffuses stress
  • Stabilizes muscles and tendons
  • Range of sizes available for perfect fit and best results

Bicep Strains & Bicep Tendonitis

The bicep is the strong muscle in the front of the upper arm that flexes the forearm.

The bicep is particularly susceptible to overuse injuries, especially in individuals performing repetitive lifting activities. It is connected to the shoulder by a long tendon that passes through a groove in the upper arm bone (humerus). The bicep tendon, in turn, is held in the humerus by a ligament. If this ligament becomes injured or stretched, the tendon is not held firmly in place and it slides in the groove causing severe discomfort and pain and, in some cases, leads to bicipital tendinitis. Other causes of pain and discomfort may include poor lifting techniques and conditioning.

Tendinosis is another bicep problem and is caused by repetitive elbow flexion against resistance at the distal portion of the biceps at the elbow.

The triceps is the strong muscle at the back of the upper arm. It, too, is susceptible to injury. Tricipital tendinitis can develop at the triceps insertion in the elbow (olecronon) and can be caused by overuse and repetitive resisted elbow extension.

The Cho-Pat Bicep/Triceps Cuff applies dynamic circumference pressure to the upper and lower portions of the bicep and triceps muscles. This action spreads out the stress and direct pull on the muscle attachments which helps (1.) to reduce the likelihood of developing bicipital tendinitis/tendinosis or tricipital tendinitis (2.) to ease existing bicep/triceps’ pain and discomfort.

Want immediate relief?

Cho-Pat products provide unprecedented support to deliver immediate relief.

The Cho-Pat Bicep Strap provides immediate relief from

  • Bicep Tendonitis
  • Weight-lifting Strains

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Is the Cho-Pat Bicep/Tricep Cuff adjustable?

The Bicep/Tricep Cuff has adjustable hook and loop straps.

How to wear the Cho-Pat Bicep/Tricep Cuff?

The Cho-Pat Bicep/Tricep Cuff is universal and may be worn on either arm. Slide the strap onto the arm and position the straps just above and below the bicep with the larger loop at the top. Adjust the amount of compression by loosening or tightening the Velcro straps. Once you determine the appropriate length of the straps to provide a secure closure, cut off the remaining portion. Do not wear the Cho-Pat Bicep/Tricep Cuf so tight that it restricts circulation or prevents free movement of the arm. Do not wear while sleeping.

How to care for your Cho-Pat Bicep/Tricep Cuff?

Hand wash only. Use warm water with mild detergent. Squeeze out excess water and dry at normal room temperature. Do NOT twist or wring. Keep fasteners free of lint and threads.